after installation of buddypress – dashboard view is broken – menu tree of buddypress below the wp f
You’ll need to add CSS to your theme to make it work. If you switch back to the BP-Default theme, I bet it works properly?
i am using the default theme bp-default!!! but the menu ís left side below the wp footer.
Christian to troubleshoot something on your behalf you really need to provide something to go on i.e a link to the site or at the least some more detail on your setup; otherwise you are asking for people to guess at what’s wrong and generally that does not find favour amongst coders on tech forums.
first I think that other may have the same problem. as I did not found it I posted it. As it only happens if the user is logged in, there is nothing what I can show.
The description is clearly. The whole menu structure of the buddypress is below the footer. here the menu list:
IT-Consultant – Christian Gnoth
IT-Consultant – Christian Gnoth
WordPress PlugIn Development
Blogs from IT-GNOTH.de
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That happens when there’s no ` `before the closing “ in theme’s footer.php, But since you already mentioned that you’ve using bp-default theme (which you activated in Appearance > Themes) then lack of wp_footer is not the problem. Some thoughts:
- Re-upload BuddyPress plugin files via FTP
- Deactivate all plugins (including mu-plugins) except BuddyPress, and see if same behavior applies.
edited your post mercime to correct / complete the backticks.
Christian struggling to believe you still have an issue some 3 weeks on and that huge long list of links is a bit odd. The explanation that this is only apparent with logged in views is also odd, try and get your install to an absolute and clean bp-default with no modifications anywhere.
Removing the wp_footer() call doesn’t cause any huge layout issues for me apart from knocking out the adminbar, it will be interesting to find out what the issue is.
thanks for the hints. qtranslate is not the problem, as i installed it just few days before.
Here is user to login to the wp installation under http://it-gnoth.de
this is the list of buddypress !!!! and they are only available to logged in users !!! how else you want see the wp-admin backend???
Initially you referred to running the BP default theme when asked however the link doesn’t show this??!!
Regardles of whether you think something is an issue please follow mercim’s request to deactivate all but BP plugin and ensure you are running the bp default theme.
the login was not correct. please login to: http://buddypress.it-gnoth.de/ as there is the buddypress default theme active. in the wp-admin backend you can see that the buddypress forum menu tree is below the wp footer.
as all other plugins are working correctly and their menus are integrated correctly into the wp.-admin menu area, the problem lies in the buddypress plugin!!!
I’m still confused as to what you see as a problem. the correct link with WP/BP installed as a subdomain of your domain seems to work as expected, doesn’t it?? I not sure why having logged in I’m dropped into the WP dashboard, but other than that the site appears to function? As for the post above with that huge long list of links, that was only apparent from the link a few posts earlier and I’m not sure of the relevance to whatever the problem is that you feel is apparent. Sorry looks like I won’t be much help here, perhaps mercime gets the issue?
Oh or is it the fact that you haven’t defined BP as running on a specific user blog rather than the primary or blog 1
define ( ‘BP_ROOT_BLOG’, $blog_id );
define ( ‘BP_ROOT_BLOG’, 2 );
hmm, I just logged in with wptest1 and it is the same problem…. I used the admin user, so I wanted be sure that I do not get this problem with this user, but with the wptest1 user it is the same!!!
Please log in again, scroll down and you should see that the whole menu tree is below the wp-footer!!!
now the BP_ROOT_BLOG is set to 43 which is this buddypress.it-gnoth.de blog, but still the same. I also reinstalled the forum.
You have misconfigured somewhere down the line I would suggest you start afresh, read through this page:
And don’t have any unnecessary plugins running!! keep it to absolute minimum while setting up a non standard install untill things are correct.
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